How do we navigate the world of being a self-published author, or small business owner that relies on social media for sales?
Almost 90 days since I published my first novel, and the hustle didn't slow down. It's on to the next chapter, next project, next big moment!
Friends, I have a confession. Not really a confession but something that has recently happened to me after years of struggle. I was diagnosed with bipolar 2. Before you send prayers and hugs...I am fine. Years of thinking I was crazy have finally paid off- it's not all in my head. Well. It is in... Continue Reading →
Did you know that there was more to drafting a novel than just writing? Yup- there is also depression, self-questioning, and nervous breakdowns! It's awesome!
Friends! What a journey into the real world of a 9-5 job! Culture shock! I am the first to admit that my last two jobs were, in fact, 'work from home', in the sense that I did travel- but my home base was my home office, and all of my supplies were haphazardly placed in... Continue Reading →
Friends, The clock is ticking down to my first day back at work. In an office. With people. During specific hours. Yuck. I have spent the last week working on finishing my book. That book that has sat within the confines of my computer for almost a year. And during this process, I have learned... Continue Reading →
I have arrived in the lower 48. However, it is imperative to note that those who live in the lower 48 do not call it the 'lower 48'. How long did I live in Alaska? My family was waiting for us in our new neighborhood when the caravan of trucks, U-hauls, boats, and motorcycles approached... Continue Reading →
The adventure continues... For all of you keeping track, I am now up to 65 applications submitted. Five rejection notifications, three interviews for one not selected position, and one interview today for a company and position I want, leaving 58 possibilities open. I am not worried. Experts say there are plenty of jobs, but no... Continue Reading →
Loki, the Norse Goddess of Hell, Saint Nicholas, and Christmas- all linked together to form the very real myth of Krampus! I really need some sleep....
So 2 weeks ago I read a blog about some woman who was on You Tube talking about Historic Fiction writers, and her tips for us to make sure that we are writing correctly. It was actually a bash on the book 'Mrs. Poe' by Lynn Cullen. She goes on for 10 minutes about all... Continue Reading →